Eva Luna Y Camilo, The popular singer-songwriter couple revealed at one point the reasons why they want their daughter Indigo do not have any gender assigned until she is older and decides on her own, generating all kinds of comments and criticism on social networks.
In recent days, the dispute that has generated the supposed non-binary gender de Indigo, the nine-month-old baby of the singers, has led various Internet users to wonder what are the reasons why the couple made that decision of not wanting to assign her a sex as such.
When Indigo came into the world, the couple didn’t even know what sex their child was going to be, they found out when Eva Luna gave birth. Their reasons were linked to the fact that they had no pressure to know that sex it was going to be, since that was the least important thing to them.
Also, the name “Indigo” It is a unisex name, which has several meanings and which they chose so that she would not feel uncomfortable in the future:
«Whether it’s a boy or a girl, it’s going to be called Indigo, it’s a word that represents a lot to us. It is not just the name of a color, which we love, but a presence of light that has been in humanity for millennia,” the artists stated.
After the birth baby, The couple explained that they were not going to assign a sex as such to their daughter, since they are going to allow her to choose if she wants to identify with what she feels most comfortable with when she can make decisions.
And it is there, where the couple gave scores to explain why Indigo is a baby non binary They don’t want her to be anchored to any label, they don’t want her to be forced to dress like a girl, they don’t want her name to make her feel uncomfortable, and they don’t want her not to feel happy about her gender when she grows up.
Although many of his fans do not find it appropriate the decision of Camilo Y Eva Luna, In the end, it will be Indigo who later decides if she wants to stay with the female sex or not.
And you, do you agree with the reasons that Evaluna and Camilo have given for Indigo to be non-binary?